PS3 3D effects could be adjustable
Sony are experimenting with the possibility of making the 3D effects in their games adjustable in a similar way to the 3DS' slider.
A producer for Sony explained the ideas to Kotaku when showing off the Sly Cooper Collection in 3D in New York.
Currently, all 3D technologies have a 'sweet spot' where the 3D effect works perfectly. Positioning yourself outside this 'sweet spot' may place players at risk of headaches and nausea.
The addition of a slider would effectively allow the player to adjust the 3D effect rather than moving around the room to find the 'sweet spot'.
The producer indicated that any slider function for the PS3 would probably be mapped to one of the analog thumbsticks.
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